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so picrel is who inspired me to make this thread, I was looking up ashitaka from princess Mononoke on tumblr and came across this blog by a self described "American Ainu" who mainly talked about Emishi/Ainu culture and posted about other indigenous rights issues, when I saw pictures of her she looked very pale and white IRL but I didn't think much of it because she claimed she was mixed and I knew Ainus looked very Caucasian until I dug further and discovered that wasn't the case either, literally no one in her family even identifies as Ainu and the only conformation she had was her grandmother who said she might have ainu ancestry because she's from Hokkido, so she is only 1/4th Japanese and mostly white but considers herself an expert on "ainu culture" and "indigenous rights"https://amer-ainu.tumblr.com/https://www.instagram.com/tara_regio/
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Iconic native american activist Sacheen Littlefeather, was a Mexican American Catholic girl who pretended to be an Apache
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Didn't this loser claim his mother had an affair with a black man which resulted in his birth? I cannot believe this white man had SJWs fooled. I remember seeing a post on tumblr going around that was something like "ummmm if Shaun King doesn't look like a black man to you idk what to tell you!!!" or some shit, like this man is clearly not even half black.
Minor correction: you should say natives from the USA or something because Mexico is in North America.
Also while it seems she faked being Apache, she did seem to be mestizo (according to her own family) so she was of native ancestry. She just wasn't an official member of any recognized tribe in the USA. This one is weird.